I am doing an inventory of all users accounts on windows based computers. On the 2008 servers there is always a user account which is locked out and disabled? I doubt this has been done manually, i.e failed logins, any ideas if this is a default account?
There is no default account called user. System accounts excepted, the only accounts that are automatically created are 'Administrator' and 'Guest' (guest is disabled by default).
If you have an account
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